U.S. Embassy in Guyana Commemorates the U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief Twentieth Anniversary

The United States is committed to supporting Guyana to strengthen its health systems and improve health outcomes. Through PEPFAR, CDC is working in partnership with the Ministry of Health to achieve HIV epidemic control in Guyana and the Caribbean region.   Read More»

Remarks by Ambassador Lynch at the World AIDS Day 2022 HIV/STI Conference

Remarks as prepared Ambassador Sarah-Ann Lynch World AIDS Day 2022 HIV/STI Conference  December 4, 2022 Honorable Dr. Frank Anthony, Minister of Health Dr. Tariq Jagnarine, Program Manager, National AIDS Program Secretariat Dr. Luis Codina, PAHO/WHO Representative Ladies and Gentlemen Good morning.  As we recently marked World AIDS Day – the 34th since its inception in ... Read More»

Remarks by Ambassador Lynch at PEPFAR Joint Press Conference with Minister of Health

And so, we are thrilled to be able to provide an additional $1.5 million to support the fight against HIV in Guyana. This funding will support the Ministry of Health and civil society partners through September 2022. It is especially timely given COVID-19 and the strain it continues to place on the country’s health system. Read More»

Ambassador Holloway Addresses Civil Society Leadership Workshop

This project is the local version of PEPFAR’s Local Capacity Initiative. Established in Guyana in 2015, this initiative aims to strengthen the sustainability of national HIV and AIDS responses, through increased advocacy by local Civil Society Organizations. The project directly supports 38 Guyanese Civil Society Organizations that advocate for key and vulnerable populations. Read More»
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